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baggage handlers busted, rummaging through people's bags. plus the fate of jodi arias now in the hands of the jury. [ nurse ] i'm a hospice nurse. britta olsen is my patient. i spend long hours with her checking her heart rate, administering her medication, and just making her comfortable. one night britta told me about a tradition in denmark, "when a person dies," she said, "someone must open the window so the soul can depart." i smiled and squeezed her hand. "not tonight, britta. not tonight." [ female announcer ] to nurses everywhere, thank you, from johnson & johnson. >>> caught in the act -- kind of. you are looking at italian baggage handlers rifling through luggage being loaded and unloaded on aircraft. 86 handlers were arrested. they worked for the italian airline air italia at rome, naples and milan. if convicted they could get up to six years in prison. >>> it's an fbi first. a woman has been placed on the agency's most wanted terrorist list. jam is joanne chesimard. convicted of killing a new jersey state trooper 40 years ago. she was sent to prison but escaped two years lat
. >>> coming up, a case that's gripped the nation. new developments from the murder trial of jodi arias as closing arguments get underway today. >>> and the franken-fish that's popped up in central park. we'll have that story. >>> first, this is "today" on nbc. >>> wake up with al. no, al, wake up with us. >> we would love to invite al to our home to cook breakfast. >> hey, al, come visit atlanta. we'll meet you on peach street. >> impressive invitations, and what's going to happen is one lucky viewer is going to wake up with al, kind of. >> let's clayify that. >> we don't mean go to sleep with al. >> i'm going to go to your house and do the weather. >> we don't mean it in the martha stewart way. >> thanks for that imagery. >> we're going to meet the finalists this morning. >> they may have changed their mind by now, but we have three from across the country vying for a chance for us to do our weather forecast from their home. very exciting. >> we're terrified about another story. have you heard about this ferocious fish that has come to town. >> and as matt reminded me, this fish can l
, accused murderer jodi arias is one step closer to learning her fate in the 2008 murder of her ex-boyfriend. moments from now closing arguments will begin in this high-profile case, which for four straight months unfolded like a lifetime movie. but the sexually explicit revelations, sheering consistencies in arias' testimony and a laundry list of courtroom drama were all too real. nbc's diana alvear is outside the courtroom. what can we expect today? >> reporter: hi, thomas. well, they're going to start with jury instructions then they're going to head straight into closing arguments. you'll be listening for two separate kinds of arguments. prosecutors want to nail down once and for all that jodi arias committed cold-blooded premeditated murder. that she knew what she was doing when she killed travis alexander. for example, she dyed her hair a couple days before she last saw him, that she bought gas cans and filled them up so she wouldn't have to stop at a gas station. the defense wants to get the death penalty off the table. they want to do that by trying to get the jurors to see
that he was going and he knew he was going. >> well, we could soon learn the fate really of jodi arias. we'll get you caught up on the trial next. [ male announcer ] can gravity be used to help overcome gravity? ♪ the chevrolet malibu eco with eassist captures downhill energy, unleashing it later to help propel you uphill. ♪ it adds up to an epa-estimated 37 mpg highway... ♪ ...and helps defy gravity and gas pumps. ♪ that's american ingenuity, to find new roads. the day building a play set begins with a surprise twinge of back pain... and a choice. take up to 4 advil in a day or 2 aleve for all day relief. [ male announcer ] that's handy. ♪ [ crowd cheering ] [ male announcer ] for sensitive skin, there's fusion proglide. our micro thin blades are thinner than a surgeon's scalpel for our gentlest shave. switch to fusion proglide. gillette. the best a man can get. >>> beinwelcome back to the "newsroom." amanda knox is breaking her silence. italian authorities are demanding she face another murder trial. >> last night in her interview, amanda knox maintained her innocence. she was
. >>> in other news in morning, for four months the jury in the jodi arias trial has heard details of a raunchy sex life, a blood-spattered crime scene and a litany of lies, the jury could start deliberating arias' fate as early as today. closing arguments expected to wrap up. a guilty verdict will get her executed by lethal injection. ted rowlands if phoenix with more. >> without a shadow of a doubt, she is a liar. >> reporter: jodi arias broke down when juan martinez laid out the argument that she is a cold-blooded killer that premeditated the murder of travis alexander. >> she knew, absolutely knew and had already planned it. she knew. she was going to kill him. >> reporter: martinez told jurors that arias drove from northern california to his home in phoenix armed with a stolen gun. she used cans of gasoline to refuel the car and turned off her cell phone to avoid leaving a trail. >> she knew she was coming to kill him. >> reporter: family members openly wept as martinez, using graphic photos from the crime scene detailed how he says arias brutally stabbed alexander almost 30 times and shot
this conversation if she was an unattractive middle age man? >> is she hotter than jodie arias or not. cenk: i don't think either are that hot. they are mildly attractive, not idiot looking and you're a woman and involved in some murder case, we have to cover it non-stop. >> there was sex involved. >> is there any better person to be interviewed by than diane sawyer she's so oozing empathy and sympathy, that she never gets a question out. >> sounds like she's drinking. >> is she going back to italy? cenk: robin. >> the reason why she's on diane sawyer, she just released a book and got a $4 million book deal. >> why aren't i a hot girl that killed somebody? >> meredith kurcher from britain, i don't understand why her family hasn't filed a lawsuit to get their hands on that cash. that's a separate issue. right now the supreme court in italy ruled that they wanted to overturn her acquittal which is something you never would hear about her and ordered her to stand trial again or ordered to new trial. i doubt we'll see her go there. cenk: she'd be insane to go back. i wouldn't go back. i have no idea w
in the jodi arias murder trial. prosecutor juan martinez called arias a manipulative liar who was on a mission to kill her ex-boyfriend travis alexander when she set off on a road trip in 2008. arias says she killed him in self-defense. if she's convicted of premeditated murder, she could face the death penalty. >>> rhode island became the tenth state to legalize same-sex marriage. lawmakers pass the bill in a 56-15 vote. just a short time ago, signing it into law. it takes effect august 1st. >>> and reese witherspoon spoke out today for the first time about her disorderly conduct arrest. the 37-year-old actress allegedly interfered with the arrest of her husband on a drunk driving charge last month. here's what she told abc's "good morning america" about hassle the cop who was doing his job. >> i had no idea what i was saying that night. i saw him arresting my husband and literally panicked. and i said all kinds of things. i told him i was pregnant. i'm not pregnant. i said crazy things. and you hear me laughing, i have no idea what i was talking about. and i am so sorry. i was so disrespectf
. >>> the jury in the jodi arias murder trial could get the case this week as reports that the her boyfriend travis alexander called to police that his tires were slashed months before the murder. the repeated reference of tire slashing and charges that arias may have been stalking him. jenna: "happening now", republicans have their sights on reforming the food stamp program with plans to cut bills of dollars over the next decade. supporters of this plan say it can be done by eliminating waste, fraud and abuse like stopping recipients to use things to buy ipads or. critics say it will ultimately hurt children because children are majority of the people that benefit from the program. chief correspondent mike emanuel is live in washington. mike, some of our viewers might need to hear more about the ipad. using food stamps for ipads? that's happening? >> reporter: would qualify, waste fraud and abuse. supporters of this plan say that, you know, over the next decade the supplemental nutrition assistance program, or snap, is projected to cost taxpayers 760 dow billion. senator john unthune and co
. >>> the jodi arias murder trial is now in the hands of the jury. they deliberated for just a few hours yesterday. they will now have the weekend off. 32-year-old arias is charged with the first-degree murder of her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander. >>> the pressure on pepsi became too much. the soda company cut its tied to lil wayne, all stems from wheezy's crude letter ago ill reference to civil rights murder emmett till. >>> the nra's annual meeting in houston is entering its second day today, the organization's ceo and vice president, wayne lapierre, rallied the faithful by taking his stand and darketing the usual suspects. >> our feet are planted firmly if the foundation of freedom, unswayed by the winds of political and media insanity, and to the political and media leads who scorn us, we say let them be damned. >> nbc's casey hunt for us in houston. how did the comment goes over with the crowd? i imagine it was like throwing red meat to a bapack of wolves? >> went over very well. the room was on its feet several times during his pretty long speech standing ovations, whistles and ch
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